. . .
Really? 4,000 Watts?
Enough to power an incandescent lightbulb for less than a minute?
I’ll assume that’s big C calories. Which means that month or two of food packs way more energy.
Unless Watt is short for MegaWatt or GigaWatt.
And to not just leave this up here lingering all accusatively. My non-electrician comprehension of the watt as a unit of power per second made me think it was describing the total output. 4,000 joules over a second. But, what the general really meant, no doubt, was that these batteries of undefined capacity were capable of a continuous output (wired in parallel) of 4,000 watts total. Hopefully for more than a second, since Brown doesn’t seem like a forgiving sort 🙂
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